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>Subject: CFP: The Deceiver (grad) (4/1/05; journal issue)
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>The Frontenac Review is now accepting graduate student papers for its next
>issue entitled "The Deceiver." We invite 15- to 20-page studies of
>deceiver figures as they appear as principal or secondary characters in
>any work(s) of literature. All approaches are welcome. Papers will be in
>English or French and must follow the MLA format.
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>Possible topics include but are not limited to:
>Greek and Roman literature, the servus callidus
>The Commedia dellíArte
>The Picaro
>The Seducer: Don Juan, the Libertine etc.
>Shakespeare, Marlowe, Webster
>17th-Century French drama
>The Federfuchser in 19th-Century German drama
>Jewish literature
>The Native American Trickster
>Women who deceive
>Deception and class relations
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>Please send ONE (1) electronic copy (on diskette or by e-mail attachment,
>in Microsoft Word format) and THREE (3) hard copies, one of which must be
>anonymous, to the following address no later than Friday, April 1, 2005:
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>               Frontenac Review
>               Department of French Studies, Queenís University
>               Kingston, Ontario
>               K7L 3N6  Canada
>               (613) 533-2090
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>The Frontenac Review is a refereed journal that is searched annually by
>the MLA International Bibliography.
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